September 23, 1988 |
Princess Diana's matched-up dressing is almost too princessy, and the hats of Sarah, Duchess of York, are atrocious, if you ask Patricia Underwood. But she doesn't critique the royal fashion just to be mean. Underwood is considered royalty herself, in a manner of speaking. She's the queen of hats. The slightly eccentric, near-famous British designer has done as much as any woman in America to bring custom-quality head wear to the States.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 27, 2004 |
June Pointer Whitmore, formerly of the singing group the Pointer Sisters, has been charged with possession of a controlled substance and a smoking device, the Los Angeles County district attorney's office said Monday. Whitmore, 50, was arrested April 22 in the 1800 block of Cherokee Street in Hollywood after police discovered cocaine and cocaine pipes in her possession, officials said.
January 10, 1988
I was very surprised to learn that Arsenio Hall only wears leather pants on TV ("The Happiest Man in Show Biz," by Beth Ann Krier, Dec. 27). It must have been Arsenio clones I saw at the Lakers game with Eddie (Murphy)! and at the Pointer Sisters concert. Both clones had on leather pants and leather baseball caps. Oh!! I know, it was Arsenio's evil twin brother, Pomino. ROSLYN McKINNEY North Hollywood
April 28, 1989 |
A portrait of Ella Fitzgerald by artist Anthony Benedetto--better known as singer Tony Bennett--will be presented at the Beverly Hilton Hotel today as part of Fitzgerald's birthday celebration. Fitzgerald, who turned 71 on Tuesday, will keep the original and lithographs will be sold to raise funds for the Society of Singers, which is throwing the birthday party. Clint Eastwood, Pat Boone and Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley will attend, Bill Cosby will emcee and Carol Burnett, Manhattan Transfer, the Pointer Sisters, Mel Torme and Dionne Warwick will perform.
August 22, 1990 |
Make That Change: Michael Jackson announced the name of his new personal manager, Sandy Gallin of Gallin-Morey Associates, on Tuesday. Gallin manages other pop icons including Neil Diamond, Dolly Parton and the Pointer Sisters, as well as comedian Andrew Dice Clay. Jackson's announcement comes on the heels of his sudden break with longtime adviser John Branca in July. Branca, a pop music attorney, had guided Jackson's career for several years.